More editorial comments on SOAP Array rewrite integration

 Hi Marc,
 I apologize that it took me this long to continue with my review 
of the integration of SOAP Array encoding rewrite. This time I'm 
finishing the review with the following few issues against the 
examples section ( in the current editor's copy):

 The first paragraph after the initial example in tables contains 
the following text:
 "[member element names] convey no type information, so when used
they must either have an xsi:type attribute or the containing
element must have a enc:itemType attribute."
 I think that if the members were named, for example, enc:int,
that that _would_ convey type information as described in the
ending paragraph in section 3.2. Also the following paragraph to
the one I cited from is IMHO in direct contradiction with the
cited sentence.
 I propose striking the cited sentence.

 I propose changing the words "the enc schema contains 
declarations of elements" to "the Encoding namespace 
schema contains ..." in the following paragraph, too.

 Finally, if we decide to move from XML Schema in examples in
section 3.2, the change will have to affect array examples in 
section as well.

 Best regards,

                   Jacek Kopecky

                   Senior Architect, Systinet (formerly Idoox)

Received on Tuesday, 29 January 2002 11:01:53 UTC